Emails and text messages
Be safe when you receive emails and text messages
- Do not click on links or open files in emails and text messages from senders you do not know or trust.
- Check the sender’s email address – instead of email@example.com, fraudsters might replace an 'n' with an 'm' making it 'firstname.lastname@example.org'.
- If you are not sure about the content of an email or text message, contact the sender through a different channel.
- Remember that your bank, Nets or public authorities will never ask you to provide your passwords, usernames or other personal information by email, text message or over the phone .
Read more about phishing and smishing.